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TATAA biocenter workshop lecture

Creator: Antoine Buetti-Dinh

Contributor: Antoine Buetti-Dinh

Three-minute presentation of the Digital Salmon research programme. Explains the societal challenge of sustainable fish feed, how systems biology helps speed up the search for better solutions, and the grand aim to build a library of mathematical models of salmon physiology linked to omics data.

Creators: Jon Olav Vik, Tor Martin Austad, Kristine Løwe

Contributor: Jon Olav Vik

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Creators: Jon Olav Vik, Stig Omholt

Contributor: Jon Olav Vik

Look to medicine: Computer models enter clinical practice.
The genotype x environment --> phenotype map.
The Digital Life Norway network and researcher projects.
The Digital Salmon: a library of models and data.
The merits of mathematical modelling.
Commoditizing models and data.
Goals for the workshop:
- Participants' input!
- Is there support for a Digital Salmon knowledge base?
-- Moral commitment from industry, academia, funders.
-- Some form of consortium, reponsible for next workshop.

Creator: Jon Olav Vik

Contributor: Jon Olav Vik

Written and presented by Carole Goble (University of Manchester) as part of the Reproducible and Citable Data and Models Workshop in Warnemünde, Germany. September 14th - 16th 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Carole Goble, Stuart Owen

Contributor: Natalie Stanford

An overview of the JWS Online system, with emphasis on the latest model simulation interface and an update on the SBGN-ML and SED-ML support currently under development.

Creator: Martin Golebiewski

Contributor: Franco Du Preez

Carole Goble's KeyNote talk at the 9th Intl Symp on Integrative Bioinformatics 2013 from the 20th Martch 2013

Creator: Carole Goble

Contributor: Stuart Owen

This presentation given at the 5th International Beilstein Symposium presents the development of a model for the pH-induced shift in C. acetobutylicum. Starting from experimental information, the model construction and underlying assumptions are explained. Furthermore, the required additions to the metabolic and genetic network caused by the used experimentals setup are established.

The established metabolic and genetic model is compared to dynamic shift experiments starting at acidogenesis and

Creator: Thomas Millat

Contributor: Thomas Millat

Poster presented during the ICSB 2011 conference in Mannheim

Creators: Alejandro Leroux, Luise Krauth-Siegel

Contributor: Alejandro Leroux

Michael Kohlstedt presented flux data as integrated output of cellular components. Moreover, proteomics and metabolomics data reveal significant changes in intracellular protein and metabolite level and osmoprotection (supplementing glycine betaine) creates a novel metabolic state.

Creator: Michael Kohlstedt

Contributor: Ulf Liebal

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